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The Zimbabwe Journal of Educational Research comprised of four sections: Scholarly articles - reporting on research findings and policy issues relating to education and human resources issues in sub-Saharan Africa; Research in progress - reporting on major research projects and new human resource initiatives in the region; Research Organisations - reporting on local, regional and international research organisations; Literature Sources - evaluating books, reports and other materials of interest to human resource researchers.

ZJER CALL FOR PAPERS:

Research articles are invited from interested scholars and researchers in the academic community for publication in the July 2014 issue of the Zimbabwe Journal of Educational Research (ZJER).

Papers in the following specific issues and themes are welcome:

  1. The Teaching of Mathematics and Sciences in Africa
  2. Professionalism in African Educational Institution
  3. Research Methods and Ethics in Africa

Deadline for submissions of papers: 31 March, 2014.

For more information and details on how to submit your manuscript please click here.


Vol 30, No 1 (2018)

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Table of Contents

Articles

Foreign Language Teaching and Learning in Primary and Secondary Schools in Zimbabwe: Policy, Practice and Limitations EMAIL FULL TEXT
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E. Ndlovu
Zimbabwean Teachers' Concerns Regarding the Implementation of the New Curriculum EMAIL FULL TEXT
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F. Zindi
Curriculum Review Process in the Context of ZIMASSET: Possible Linkages with the CIET Provisions EMAIL FULL TEXT
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C. T. Nziramasanga
Celebrating the Ministry of Primary and Secondary Education Curriculum Framework for Zimbabwe (2015-2022) EMAIL FULL TEXT
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N. Makuvaza
Possibilities for Enhancing Efficacy in the Current Curriculum Review Exercise through Curriculum Analysis EMAIL FULL TEXT
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O. E. Maravanyika
A Requiem Too Soon or a Landing Strand Too Far? Teacher-centred Pedagogy Versus Teaching for Critical Thinking in the Zimbabwe Curriculum Framework 2015-2022 EMAIL FULL TEXT
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M. M. Madondo
Promoting Sustainable Development through the New/Revised Design and Technology Curriculum in Zimbabwe: With Specific Reference to Food Security EMAIL FULL TEXT
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P. Kwaira
Towards Analysis of the Status of Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) Education in Zimbabwe Secondary Schools: Access, Quality, Policy EMAIL FULL TEXT
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C. Bhukuvhani
Rethinking Technical and Vocational Education and Training in the Context of the New Curriculum Framework for Primary and Secondary Education 2015-2022 in Zimbabwe EMAIL FULL TEXT
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C. M. Nherera
Classroom Implementation of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) Learning and Instruction: A Paradigmatic Shift EMAIL FULL TEXT
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D. Mtetwa


ISSN: 1013-3445
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